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Dear all, I know I am guilty of crimes of passion from time to time in my furies over aspects of sanctions. But what a revealing opening statement about views of others before 'we take decicions'. Silly me, I thought the UN was about discussion, world democracy etc (well its founding charter anyway) dear oh dear ....... wonder of they played that music suggested by the British representative to soothe them all first, poor loves. best felicity a.
IRAQ: STATEMENT BY THE BRITISH PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE, IN THE UN
SECURITY COUNCIL (Sir Jeremy Greenstock), 27/06/01
The UK welcomes this meeting. The Council is at an important point in its
consideration of this issue. It is right for us to hear the views of other
members of the United Nations before we take decisions.